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If they have a WoW account, pass me their number, I would want to meet them too!
If, however, they post their character's pic as their own, pass. As much as I'd love to bang a night elf, I doubt that they exist in RL.
If you're the "fat WOW-playing" type of geek, lose some weight, unless you're also growing a zz-top beard and riding a Fatboy.
What if you're the scrawny, pale, basement dwelling WoW player?
Sure you can. Think about the kind of person you'd want. Then figure out the lie they'd tell about themselves in the personal section. Lie accordingly about yourself, and go from there.
Sounds like RL dating as well.
The aim of this 'wikipedia' like style is to propose tasks that eventually would be performed by someone able to do it.
The site administrators encourage the use of open source software to accomplish this. For instance, they propose Gimp for image editing of Maddie pictures, Blender for 3D models creation, Hamachi for setting up a VPN, and VLC and Icecast for media streaming. Check it out!"
Q & A
Free Software to Play DVDs
By J.D. BIERSDORFER
I would like to watch DVDs on my computer with a program that works better than Windows Media Player. Are there any free ones available?
The answer to this question does not appear at the paper's web site (login required).
Today's printed paper tells us to to try AVS DVD Player and VLC media player. Will the Times be called to task for encouraging us to watch DVD's with unlicensed software?"
Dr. Laura son linked to lurid Web page
Site contained violent, sex-oriented images one official called 'repulsive'
By Matthew D. LaPlante
The Salt Lake Tribune
Article Last Updated: 05/19/2007 12:15:45 AM MDT
The soldier son of talk radio relationship counselor Laura Schlessinger is under investigation for a graphic personal Web page that one Army official has called "repulsive."